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tests. I don't mind all that much, but I thought if you don't have any specific reason it might be nice to be coherent with PhpOffice projects
@MarkBaker thanks for your reply on PHPOffice/PhpSpreadsheet#788 do you think that it is feasible to "hack" the stack based parser in order to give a specific processing to IF calls ?
I am deep in
processTokenStack(), still trying to figure what's happening around. If you think it is close to impossible to implement something without generating side effects I will stop there.
given an existing xlsx file with lots of formulas and formatting
i want to add some data and write it to a new file.
currently it breaks Formulas and Formatting in the output, even without changes.
$spreadsheet = \PhpOffice\PhpSpreadsheet\IOFactory::load('complextemplate.xlsx'); $writer = \PhpOffice\PhpSpreadsheet\IOFactory::createWriter($spreadsheet, 'Xlsx'); $writer->save("output.xlsx");
Is there a more unobstrusive way of adding data to an existing XLSX File? (Also open for suggestions of other tools / libraries)
Just reading and writing the file results in a corrupted result. Just wondering whether or not i am missing an option or something from the docs to make changes to a file without recreating it complete within PhpSpreadsheet.
Hi, I am observing that if A2 contains
=HLOOKUP(A1, D1:AC120, 3, FALSE), it works fine if unused lines in the range are using A2 (which otherwise would be a circular reference). Which is consistent with the behavior of spreadsheet software.
But I don't get in the code which part of the calculation engine is handling that and I am observing a bug related to this. One of the "would-be" circular reference is resolved to some value, used in another result that is then cached and retrieved later ... without a proper recomputation.
developmentVersion2branch for working on updating for the newer features of PHP7